This is a discussion on Confronted in the Parking lot within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Reminds me of a story of my roommate. Last year we lived in an apartment on the 2nd floor and this year we live in ...
Reminds me of a story of my roommate. Last year we lived in an apartment on the 2nd floor and this year we live in an apartment on the 3rd floor. My roommate and his girlfriend were walking up the stairs and I guess he wasn't aware of what he was doing and both of them just walked in to the 2nd floor apartment. He told me as he opened the door he saw a cat inside and asked "when did we get a cat?" only to look up and realize he was in the apartment below ours.
Haha probably confused our neighbors below and gave us quite the laugh.
I don't like to have any vehicles parked near mine. Since I don't mind walking in to the store from the far reaches of a parking lot, I always park in an otherwise empty area of the lot. This does several things: (1) allows me an unobstructed view of any possible lurkers around my car (impossible to squeeze under it), (2) avoids dents from careless door openers, (3) allows me to find my car easily, and (4) avoids confusion of similar cars parked near each other like the many instances in this thread.